Pulteney Hotel

14 Pulteney Road, Bath, Somerset, BA2 4HA, United Kingdom
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  • Business66

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Cheap Accomodation and Travel...

by ABM84

Hello VTers! Over Halloween weekend I am going to be in Bristol (Friday morning to Monday night). I'm planning on doing Bath and Stonehenge in the same day. I was going to operate this trip from Bristol but think it may be wiser to stay the night in Bath.

So my two questions are:
-Are there any good cheap hostels or hotels which can be reccomended?
-And secondly, what is the easiest way to travel from Bath to Stonehenge?

Thank you all very much,

RE: Cheap Accomodation and Travel...

by Kettleman

Saw your question and didn't see a year against it...! But thought I'd reply anyway!

The YHA in England and Wales has a really good youth hostel a short walk up from the town centre and it’s about £12.50 per night for an adult and £9 for children…

I’ve stayed there once before in a dorm and will stay again this weekend. There is limited parking on site if you go by a car, but if you cycle or motorcycle then there is lots of room.


Travel Tips for Bath

Roman Baths

by greebo

The Roman Baths and the sacred spring were built approximately 2000 years. Also a temple dedicated to goddess Sulis Minerva was built along side the Baths. Romans used to come to the hot spring and its temple to pray for healing and immerse themselves in the hot springs. When visiting the remains of the Baths, the first section that you will see belongs to the Georgian/Victorian era, the inner part is the actual roman remains of the Baths. After the Romans left the baths fell into disuse and were covered over. However, later on a bathing complex was built upon the hotspring but the original roman baths were not discovered. In 1727 when workmen were digging in the area, roman artefacts were found however, this sparked some interest but not enough it would seem, the workmen just covered the baths back over and they were largely forgotten about. In 1755 it was decided that a new bath house was to be built and upon digging the foundations, parts of the roman baths were found but even this did not spark much interest and they were left still largely undiscovered. Much later in about 1878 a leak was discovered in the Kings pool which then led to the discovery of the sacred spring, this time the discovery was not covered up but led on to further investigations and the excavation of the roman baths.

Ride the lazy river

by pedersdottir

From April to September, visitors to Bath can
enjoy views of the city from the deck of an open topped riverboat. At Pulteney Bridge take the steps down to the waterway and hop aboard. Tours take approx. one hour. On the return, stop at the Riverfront cafe terrace for a coffee break.

Po na...

by Stellco

Po na na's
Slug and Lettuce
Po Na Na's: when its busy its horrible, but if you know people in the city who are under 21, the likely hood is they will be here on a weekend!
Caddies: Nicer inside, but frequented by trevs/kevs etc. (people who where adidas to clubs!!) Shame because they play really cheesey fun music on thursdays!!
Slug and Lettuce: quite up market cool bar. Quite noisey.
Boater: Big Garden, great in the summer, sometimes a lot of younger people in there. One of the only pubs with a garden in the city. Most places are casual unless they're having a theme night or a special event.

The Severn Bridge links...

by joecooper

The Severn Bridge links England and Wales. In fact there are two of them, this picture is the toll gates of the new one. The new one is further towards the sea, very near Bristol. This Panorama view is of the old one: Severn Bridge

Some nice Turkish restaurant...

by Deefstes

Some nice Turkish restaurant that I can't remember the name of right now. I'll have to go look it up and update this page but it was a fantastic restaurant with a very interesting menu. If I can't pronounce a dish I'm prone to forget what it was. The kebabish thing I had at this restaurant was lovely though. Their Turkish coffee is also to be recommended.


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